Autumns present their self-titled album, a delving into the past sound of hazy, weird and noisy guitars. The rhythm section’s activities are forward-driving but also happily loose: this is an old school indie group, truth be told. Only 300 copies of this LP on Downwards, pressed to 180g vinyl and packaged with a postcard!
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6/10 Clinton Staff review, 09 July 2015
Following in the footsteps of bands like Crystal Stilts, Autumns make a right old heave ho racket using some fuzzy guitars and Bobby Gillespie circa 1986 floor tom and snare drumming. Your enjoyment of your album will depend upon how your ears can cope with a shambling mess. Opener 'Terrible Tuesday' glides along in a faintly Jesus and Mary Chain manner. The drummer goes dreadfully out of time at one point but these cats don't care.'Tired Eyes' is a weird mess of a track with delayed guitar spinning out of control.
Even without any kind of ear tilted towards production values I'd enjoy tracks like 'Pale Skin' with its surfy guitar fighting through a murk of distortion and reverb. Much of the rest of the album is a practice room shambles but they have their moments.
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